Man Lives On Cruise Ships, Claims He Can't Walk Straight On Land

Carnival Freedom Cruise Ship

Photo: Getty Images

Mario Salcedo has been moving between cruise ships ever since he retired from a multi-national corporation at the age of 47, but after over 20 years at sea, he says he can no longer walk in a straight line on land.

He budgets around $60k to $70k per year for his lifestyle and books his cruises two years in advance. On port days, when most passengers leave the boat to sightsee, Salcedo stays aboard; he says he only steps foot on land around 15 days a year.

Sponsored Content

Sponsored Content